International Student Recruitment: Understanding and Complying with the Points Based Immigration System


International Student Recruitment: Understanding and Complying with the Points Based Immigration System

Central London

Monday 12th November 2012

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Earlier this year, new measures designed to curb the widespread abuse of the student visa system came into effect. The reforms seek to make entrance criteria tougher, introduce new limits on work entitlements and close the post-study work route. With the international student market providing such a significant contribution economically, academically and culturally to this country’s education sector, particularly universities, it is imperative that institutions are up to speed with the new system and are fully compliant with UK Border Agency procedures. This specially updated one-day training seminar provides a timely opportunity for education providers, international student recruitment officers and advisers to understand the new immigration landscape and its impact on vetting, sponsoring and recruiting overseas students. For further details, please refer to the event brochure. In the meantime, to ensure your university or college is represented, please book online in order to secure your delegate place(s).
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